Today present in 36 countries of the world, Confiseries Mazet have been able to pass through 3 generations of gourmet pleasures without betraying their solid reputation. The Maison Mazet was opened in 1903 by Léon Mazet, a confectioner since he was 15 years old, when he bought the famous Praslines recipe from the Au Duc de Preslin store.
After opening his point of sale at 33 rue de Vivienne in Paris, Léon Mazet saw things in a big way and relied on major advertising campaigns and his know-how to promote his Parisian boutique. The results were immediate and many gourmets came to taste the creations of the House of Mazet.
In 1936, the manufacture Le Moulin à Tan was established in Montargis. Two years later, a new specialty is created: the Amanda. In 1979, a fire devastated the factory. From then on, Léon Mazet's son-in-law, Guy Digeon, and his son Benoît started building a new boutique in the suburbs of Montargis.
Today, it is Benoît Digeon who runs the famous brand. Many specialties and creations are now available in Paris, Montargis and in various points of sale.